Sdl on voodoo2

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I have a Matrox Productiva G100 and Vodoo2 card and want to know how to figure
out which one is currently in use by SDL applications.
Is there a way to tell it on which card I want to run a specific program?
If not, this is an important feature… DirectX has the same problem, there the
coder should include a dialog for choosing the gfxcard (the specification
tells the programer to do so). But you know Windows lamers, so most programs and
plugins don’t let you choose at all…

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Whichever card you use that has the “OpenGL” driver attached to it will be
the one that is used.

If you install GLX that is attached to Glide, you will get the Voodoo2.
If you install GLX with utah-glx/mga, you will use the G100.–
Brian

On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Ralph wrote:

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I have a Matrox Productiva G100 and Vodoo2 card and want to know how to figure
out which one is currently in use by SDL applications.
Is there a way to tell it on which card I want to run a specific program?
If not, this is an important feature… DirectX has the same problem, there the
coder should include a dialog for choosing the gfxcard (the specification
tells the programer to do so). But you know Windows lamers, so most programs and
plugins don’t let you choose at all…

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Run testgl, which comes with the SDL sources (than means your gonna
have to build it). In windows check the stdout.txt and the renderer
line should tell you which card it’s using.

Wesley Poole
AKA Phoenix Kokido
Tired of hiding behind a on-line only identity…
members.xoom.com/kokido
@Wes_Poole

Ralph wrote:

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I have a Matrox Productiva G100 and Vodoo2 card and want to know how to
figure
out which one is currently in use by SDL applications.
Is there a way to tell it on which card I want to run a specific program?
If not, this is an important feature… DirectX has the same problem, there
the
coder should include a dialog for choosing the gfxcard (the specification
tells the programer to do so). But you know Windows lamers, so most
programs and> plugins don’t let you choose at all…

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